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Where can I obtain installation specifications for a Champion DL-42-R Coal Range. Regards, Herman

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A champion plug 12jyc what moter will it fit in


plugs for 350 block , 4 barrel carby 1967-19710 is j12yc
all plug descriptions have a series of letters number and letters..you can download the champion chart from the champion plug site
it works like--- this any plug that will screw in the hole will provide a spark
you have to measure the thread length in the head as the plug thread cannot be longer or shorter that that length
next the sealing is by taper or copper gasket so the plug will require the same as is in the head ( flat or taper ) whether the electrode protrudes or not depends on the application ( High speed engine etc)
there are factors that come into it as well like the heat range ---cold plugs for new engines and hot plugs for worn engines to burn the oil

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Can anyone please assist me? I'm looking for the specs on the 2.7 vvti hilux raider d/c


Herman, Google search your year,make and model# specifications or manual. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Hi. I got a ford mondeo just seen its got champion spark plugs went to owners guide it recommends. motorcraft plugs.would that make a def.?


No, you just need to make certain that the plugs are the same style and heat range. Naturally, Ford wants you to use their brand of plugs, but Champion is a reputable manufacturer.

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Cold air blowing out of the front of stove 500 si


Probably have to stoke it with more wood or coal.

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What bolt size does a 98 Chrysler Town And Country LX 3.8l take for the coal pack. I have1 bolt on it need 3 more.


The 1998 Chrysler Town & Country does not operate on coal. It has a gasoline engine. There is no "coal pack."

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How to install rear oilseal crankshaft of 4hf1


Hi Herman, Remove the gearbox, the clutch assembly and the adapter plate. Remove the oil seal housing, push out old seal, replace with new replacement and reassemble in reverse order. Regards John

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Spark plugs


plug choice is personal and price weary u can pay from 1.99 --to 10.99 a plug some plug choices are champion --3035//autolite--ar3932//ac delco--r45ts//E3--42///bosch---4009 these plugs run 1.00 to 5.99 a piece and ur plug gap is .060

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1998 Sunfire 2.2 litre, pulled the old plugs out (AC Delco originals) and noticed the gap on all four to be between .40 and .42, I was getting phenomenal gas mileage, power and acceleration wasn't too bad....


If the AC plugs worked, I would stay with the them, and use the same gap. .060 gap is a lot, especially for an old ignition system. If you keep the Champions, gap them to .045. Personally, I never had any good luck with Champion plugs. I normally use only Autolite. The new Autolite Iridium gapped at .040 should make a big improvement as compared to the Champions.

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2002 Chrysler PT Cruiser 2.0L need spark plug gap for Champion copper plugs (470). Thanks


It is normal for the electrodes to wear as the plugs age. This increases the distance between the electrodes which in turn leads to a gradual increase in the firing voltage required to jump the gap. The gap on a standard spark plug grows about 0.00063 to 0.000126 inch for every 1,000 miles of normal driving, which means the firing voltage requirements creep up about 500 volts for every 10,000 to 15,000 miles of driving.

The OE Champion plug gap specifications are .048 - .053" or 1.24 - 1.37mm. in accessing and changing the plugs on the PT. They have the same gap specifications as the OE plugs. Most owners gap at .050. We prefer to use the Champion Double Platinum plugs, which are more durable, provide extended plug life, and reduce the need for maintenance, given the difficulty However, if you experienced excessive rough idle with your last set of plugs we suggest gaping the OE and DP plugs to .042 and consider replacing the OE plug ignition wires.

Excessive gap can cause performance and drive ability problems, including hard starting, an engine miss and or hesitation under load, and can shorten the life of the plug (accelerated tip erosion). If it were me I would re-gap them to the correct specs if they are currently gaped at .060.

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